Turtle beach by Ingo Arndt (4 images)

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You don't normally see this many shells on a beach - especially when they belong to turtles.
They are among thousands of endangered sea turtles who journey to the shore each year.
The Olive Ridley turtles arrive at the beach just a few days before each new moon to form one of the biggest arribadas - mass synchronised nesting.
As they arrive on land off the coast of Costa Rica, their large fins propel them forward and dig into the sand to decorate the beach with gentle waves.
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